BSc Hons, MSCP
I work with all age groups, both genders and all backgrounds. I guess if I specialise, it is in lower limbs, biomechanics, pelvis and back. I do however treat all parts of the body! I also provide an orthotic assessment service. Throughout my career as a Physio I have worked within the NHS, Professional sport and in The Physical Therapy Clinic that I co-own.
I am constantly striving to provide best evidenced based practice within a comprehensive assessment and treatment/rehabilitation program. Consequently I regularly attend seminars and courses along with maintaining a self development process.
I take pride in keeping myself fit. I used to run marathons regularly; sadly I have recently retired but have taken up cycling instead. At my peak with running I was training over 100 miles per week. I now regularly cycle 140 miles per week so I have good personal experience of what it takes to compete at a good level!
I have been a physiotherapist all my adult life and my life revolves very much around my job. I have developed a specialist interest in neck related headaches and as an offshoot of this in Tempero Mandibular joint dysfunction. I also have an interest in problem shoulders and post operative mastectomies. I also treat Juvenile Idiopathic Scoliosis, which appears to be occurring more frequently now, as well as the usual musculo skeletal conditions in private practice.
Grad Dip Phys, MCSP
Natalie has developed a special interest in spinal and shoulder conditions and has now completed her accreditation of the Joanne Elphinston Movement System Course.
“In addition to the more common problems physiotherapy can solve, I enjoy the challenge of treating complex and chronic conditions presenting to the clinic”
BPhysio, MSc, PGCert (Upper Limb Orthopaedics), MCSP
Dakshika has successfully completed a Masters in Acupuncture in Physiotherapy and a Post Graduate Certificate in Upper Limb Trauma and Orthopaedics. She is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP), the British Elbow and Shoulder Society (BESS), the European Society for Shoulder and Elbow Rehabilitation (EUSSER) and the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP). She has lectured part-time at Coventry University on the Masters Programme. She has a specialist interest in the upper limb and is a shoulder rehabilitation specialist, working closely with upper limb Orthopaedic consultants in Northampton. She was awarded the British Elbow and Shoulder Society Allied Health Fellowship in 2014 and has presented at conferences both nationally and internationally. Acupuncture is approved by NICE (National Institute of Clinical Excellence) for use in many musculoskeletal conditions.
If you are in need of an effective Massage to work out the kinks and knots in your body then Alethea is the therapist for you!
Alethea has experience of working with a wide variety of clients of all ages from professional athletes, business people to non-sporty individuals and across a variety of settings, including clinics, sporting events, music festivals, musical productions, public and private events.
Faye Baxter is a Nutritional therapist, and trainer with many years experience within the Health, Nutrition and Well Being sector. She provides personalised nutritional and dietary advice for 1-1 clients, and provide training in Health and Wellbeing and designs and develop menu plans for schools and care homes.
BSc hons Chiropodist/Podiatrist, MChS, Post Grad in Diabetes, Health Professions Council Registered
Podiatry or Podiatric Medicine is a branch of medicine devoted to the study of diagnosis, medical and surgical treatment of disorders of the foot, ankle and lower extremity.
After gaining my degree in podiatric medicine I can do injection therapy and performing partial or total nail resection and removal with chemical destruction of the tissue.
My additional post graduate training include several master modules in diabetic medicine at Warwick University, leading to a post graduate award.
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